College Football Player Props Picks for Week 4

College Football Player Props Picks for Week 4

Week 4 of the NCAAF schedule features a lot of strong players. These games will all be heavily influenced by the top players. Here’s a look at which bets have some value.

Sam Pinckney to Score a Touchdown (-120)

Coastal Carolina vs. Georgia State Picks

The Coastal Carolina wide receiver has made a big impact since transferring from Georgia State.

Now, with a chance for Pinckney to face his old team in Georgia State, he will want to leave an impact. Pinckney has managed to catch 15 passes for 259 yards and a touchdown.

Pinckney’s 17.3 yards per catch average shows he is capable of piling up big plays. The Panthers have struggled on defense this season and will be busy trying to stop Coastal Carolina quarterback Grayson McCall, who will lead a strong offense.

Drake Maye Under 3.5 Touchdown Passes (-120)

Notre Dame vs. North Carolina Picks

North Carolina’s offense is all about pace and tempo. The Tar Heels will move the ball up and down the field at a quick pace. While things haven’t been perfect for Notre Dame this season, the Fighting Irish’s defense has shown the capability to slow down big-play offenses.

Notre Dame limited Ohio State to 10 points in week 1 and won’t make life easy on Maye, who is a freshman. Maye is ranked 15th in the nation with 930 passing yards. He is tied for first nationally with 11 touchdown passes.

Bijan Robinson Over 110.5 Rushing Yards (-110)

Texas vs. Texas Tech Picks

Texas running back Bijan Robinson bounced back from a difficult performance against Alabama by carrying the ball for 71 yards on ten carries during a blowout win over Louisiana Monroe.

Taking on a Texas Tech team that hasn’t seen a running back of Robinson’s caliber will provide opportunities for the Longhorns.

As long as Texas can maintain a successful balance on offense, Robinson should be able to collect some extra yards on the ground.

JT Daniels Over 249.5 Passing Yards (-115)

West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech Picks

West Virginia quarterback Daniels, a Georgia transfer, has had a strong season during his first year with the Mountaineers. When it comes to West Virginia’s meeting with Virginia Tech, the Mountaineers are desperate to grab a win. The Hokies haven’t been challenged much this season.

Virginia Tech lost to Old Dominion, but beat up on Boston College and Wofford. While the Hokies defense has played well, trying to hold down a more battle-ready West Virginia team will be more difficult.

Jirehl Brock Over 75.5 Rushing Yards (-115)

Baylor vs. Iowa State Picks

Brock, an Iowa State running back, has slowly improved over the past few seasons. The junior tailback has made the most of his opportunity since Breece Hall went to the NFL. Brock has rushed for 280 yards in three games this season, including two 100-yard performances.

Iowa State has used Brock heavily, including giving him 27 carries in the Cyclones win over Iowa. Brock should see a high number of carries against Baylor and will go over the total.